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Fault code C2402

Posted By Hoops1984 Sunday, August 04, 2019 2:20:02 PM
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Hi I had a problem with my 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe where the hand brake locked on and wouldn't release (electronic handbrake) RAC gave me a fault code of C2402, am I correct in thinking this is a fault with the ABS control module and is this something BBA Reman recondition and how long do they normally take to do this and return item?

Thanks in advance

Andy
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I would not rely on the code the RAC gave you.

Get in on G Scan which runs the same diagnostic program as Hyundai,s own, less programming.

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Is the handbrake now released ?

Have a full car scan done, faults in Park Brake Module and ABS module ?

A common failure on the Santa Fe EPB is that the lining detaches from rusting shoes inside the rear discs, this allows excess travel on the cable and allows the motor to run untill the cable gearbox goes bound

If the above has occured the epb will never release because when the motor is commanded to run it trips out on overload

(very similar to range rover sport)

The EPB unit can sometimes be removed/investigated and the gearbox reset

Can be a very expensive repair if EPB Unit and Brakes need replaced ( ive seen quotes for £2200.00).
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Thanks for this, wor-mate. We had a similar issue last week with the same codes pulled. It had to be dragged onto a flatbed, but when at the Hyundai garage it couldn't be reproduced as it has somehow unlocked itself and seems to be working fine.

I'm going to wait and see if it happens again without using the parking brake. If it doesn't happen in a few months (in other words, the EPB motors aren't shorting, or something) I'll assume it was this and replace the rear brakes in the hope that that was the issue.

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